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... him back to his room, Bill said that if I had asked him if I could bring family & friends on the walk, he would have said no. But, through his tears he kissed me and thanked me for surprising him. He really enjoyed being with everyone. I now try to take him outside everyday for a stroll. He loves being out in the sunshine, smelling flowers, hearing the wind and just being with nature.
On Monday, the nurses and ...
... He loves you all and is determined to improve. But, at this time, he does not want any visitors. He has asked for no cards, no flowers, & no calls, please. I would be just like him if our roles were reversed.
On the up-side...he still has his feisty personality & sense of humor, can talk, see & hear, can think, has retained his memory and has full control of his head, face, neck and right side of his body. He is alive! I am so ...
... were at Munson Hospital at 4:30 AM for check-in this morning. He had another MIR scan and was prepped for surgery. I teased him about having his hair cut like mine. He no longer has to worry about wearing a hairnet or messing up his hair in my roadster! Besides myself, Bill's sister Judy and brothers Bob & Tom were able to join him in the prep room to bid him good wishes for his surgery. He went into surgery at 8:30 AM. The ...
"The most beautiful people we have known
are those who have known defeat,
known suffering, known struggle, known loss
and have found their way out of the depths.
These persons have an appreciation,
a sensitivity, and an understanding
of life that fills them with compassion,
gentleness, and a deep loving concern.
Beautiful people do not just happen."
- Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
... America's choice of "The Most Beautiful Place in America" and voted one of America's Top 10 Family Destinations by Family Fun Magazine-2012. Austin & Cory had a blast running up and down the various sand dunes we stopped at while touring the Park. We stopped for dinner out and then headed home. Plans were made to conquer the 450' sand dune run tomorrow. It stays light so late, it’s hard to get to bed much before 11 PM!